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Perlbal::Manual(3pm)					User Contributed Perl Documentation				      Perlbal::Manual(3pm)

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Perlbal::Manual - Guide and reference manual for Perlbal VERSION Perlbal 1.78. DESCRIPTION This is the comprehensive guide and reference manual for Perlbal. Perlbal::Manual::Configuration How to configure Perlbal: pools, services, syntax and more. Perlbal::Manual::Contributing How to contribute to Perlbal. Perlbal::Manual::Credits Author and contributor credits for Perlbal. Perlbal::Manual::Debugging How Perlbal's Debugging system works. Perlbal::Manual::FailOver How Perlbal's Fail Over mechanism works. Perlbal::Manual::HighPriority Perlbal's high/low priority queueing system and how to use it. Perlbal::Manual::Hooks Existing hooks and how they work. Perlbal::Manual::Install Installation procedures for Perlbal. Perlbal::Manual::Internals Perlbal's architecture at a glance. Useful for developers. Perlbal::Manual::LoadBalancer Setting up a Perlbal Load Balancing service. Perlbal::Manual::Logging How Perlbal's Logging system works. Perlbal::Manual::Management Setting up a "management" service, connecting to that service and managing Perlbal on-the-fly. Perlbal::Manual::Plugins Known plugins and how to create new ones. Perlbal::Manual::ReverseProxy Setting up a Perlbal "reverse_proxy" service. Perlbal::Manual::Roles Brief description of existing roles. Perlbal::Manual::Selector Setting up a Perlbal "selector" service. Perlbal::Manual::WebServer Setting up a Perlbal "web_server" service. AUTHORS
Bruno Martins and JosA~X Castro. SEE ALSO Perlbal::FAQ. There are sample configuration files under conf/, including samples for using and configuring existing plugins. perl v5.14.2 2011-01-23 Perlbal::Manual(3pm)

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Perlbal::Manual::HighPriority(3pm)			User Contributed Perl Documentation			Perlbal::Manual::HighPriority(3pm)

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Perlbal::Manual::HighPriority - Perlbal's high/low priority queueing system. VERSION Perlbal 1.78. DESCRIPTION This document describes Perlbal's high/low priority queueing system. Queuing system Perlbal has three queues: normal, high priority and low priority. As their names suggest, this means that usually requests get to the normal queue and are dispatched in FIFO order, with high priority requests going to a different queue that gets ahead of the normal one and a low priority queue that only gets done when the high and normal queues are empty. In a nutshell, whenever Perlbal needs to select which request to take care of next, it first looks for requests in the high priority queue; if that one is empty, it then looks into the normal queue; and, if the normal queue is empty too, it finally looks in the low priority queue. High priority with cookies Perlbal can use cookies to determine if a request should go to the high priority queue (configurable). The parameters to configure this are "high_priority_cookie" and "high_priority_cookie_contents"; the first defines the name of the field to check for on the cookie and the second one defines the content in that field that will trigger the request going to the fast queue: SET myservice.high_priority_cookie = name_of_the_field SET myservice.high_priority_cookie_contents = required_content_on_that_field Here's a clearer example: SET myservice.high_priority_cookie = highpriority SET myservice.high_priority_cookie_contents = yes High priority with plugins The plugin Perlbal::Plugin::Highpri supports making requests high priority by URI or Host. Also check "make_high_priority" under Perlbal::Manual::Hooks. Queue relief Sometimes if the high priority queue is really busy, the standard queue will suffer from resource starvation. The queue relief system helps prevent this. When there are "queue_relief_size" or more connections in the standard queue, newly available backends have a "queue_relief_chance" percent chance of taking a request from the standard priority queue instead of the high priority queue. SET web_proxy.queue_relief_size = 2000 SET web_proxy.queue_relief_chance = 30 # 0-100, in percent SEE ALSO "make_high_priority" and "make_low_priority" in Perlbal::Manual::Hooks, Perlbal::Plugin::HighPriority. perl v5.14.2 2011-01-23 Perlbal::Manual::HighPriority(3pm)
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